THIS Sunday's Ramsdens Cup final against Raith Rovers will be an interesting yardstick in measuring just where Rangers are at the moment.
RANGERS head into the Ramsdens Cup final against Raith Rovers a week today with their unbeaten SPFL League One record intact after salvaging a win against Arbroath.
Relief was the overwhelming reaction at Ibrox on Saturday.
Rangers were pushed to the brink at Ibrox yesterday, but there was still enough depth to their resilience.
GARRY KENNETH, the former Dundee United defender, has told Arbroath and Montrose that he is holding out for full-time football following approaches from the Angus rivals.
Rangers abandoned their recent form, but the outcome remained the same.
INTERACTIONS between the football fraternity and the local constabulary are commonplace, but Steven Milne must be the first player to be subject to a mid-season transfer.
GOOD things come to those who wait.
Considering a move on loan is all about location.
SOMEHOW Celtic had a December night in Arbroath and ended up sweating.
STEVEN DORIS' 15 minutes of fame is now well into its second week.
GAYFIELD PARK is about as far removed from the Champions League as it is possible to get; the sound of Zadok The Priest replaced by the crashing of the North Sea waves.
PAUL SHEERIN will take inspiration from both halves of the Old Firm as he aims to inflict a second cup shock on Celtic in the space of a fortnight.
NEIL Lennon is clearly becoming adept at dealing with the fall-out over Celtic's perplexing inability to defeat lesser opposition at home after so much practice.
IBROX was the scene of Queen of the South's most recent triumph in the Ramsdens Cup.